Photo Credit: Preferred tour partner, Tauck Tours

Photo Credit: Preferred tour partner, Tauck Tours

For the first time in over 53 years, diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba are restoring, putting the historic Caribbean island back on the radar for tourism. Though not officially an incentive trip destination yet, the buzz about the once forbidden destination is at an all-time high.

"We believe that there is no greater way for Americans to break down barriers than through their unimpeded travel, where we collectively can exchange in a free flow of ideas," said Travel Leaders Group, in a press release about the recent news.

As a branch of Tzell, a Travel Leaders Group company, Cadence shares the same ideals... Even in the face of politics, travel is the only lens we see through. To us, this potential change in our country's history is an opportunity to provide our clients with an unforgettable, life changing experience through travel.

Our meeting planners are already captivated by the energy of discovering this "taboo" location. There is pure magic in exploring legendary Havana's colorful architecture and lush Caribbean beaches... a rich culture seemingly lost in time.

In the mean time, you can legally visit Cuba by booking a licensed "people-to-people" educational tour through one of our preferred tour companies. These cultural exchange give you a deeper understanding of Cuba's people, traditions and history. Intrigued? Email our travel specialists at info@cadencetravel.com for details.

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